Beanery Online Literary Magazine

October 25, 2009

True Love

True Love

Ed Kelemen

    “John, you moron,” she continued, “I told you that we should’ve evacuated with the rest of the neighbors. But, ohh-noooo, you had a better idea. You wanted to ride out the storm.”

     OK, he admitted to himself, he might have made a mistake. But just then wasn’t the time to dwell on it. It was damn cold and wet up on the roof of the mobile home that was threatening to (more…)

May 6, 2009

Oh So Radio Show!

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OH SO RADIO SHOW!

Kathleen Clark 

     Before the invention of black and white television, family entertainment meant gathering around the Philco radio in the corner of the living room. Raptly glued to the lively performances of favorite entertainers, audiences of all ages were kept spellbound.

     Radio’s Golden Age began in the early 1920’s and continued throughout the late 1950’s. With a span of nearly three decades and a selection of genre’s including comedy, drama, sci-fi, mystery, horror, detective and music, literally hundreds of shows hit the air.

     One of the most popular and long-running music radio programs, the Grand Ole Opry, was the creation of station manager, George Dewey Hay. Begun in 1925, it was originally billed as (more…)

March 24, 2009

God’s Message to the World

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GOD’S MESSAGE TO THE WORLD

Joe F. Stierheim

 

      Dona-el called to the brethren. “Come! Come here! Quickly!”
     The brethren ran up. “What is it?” they asked breathlessly.
     “I’m talking to God!” Dona-el answered.
     “What?” The brethren wondered—had Dona-el gone mad?
     “I don’t see God,” one of the brethren said. “Where is He?”
     “There,” Dona-el said, pointing at the sky. “In that cloud. He spoke to me out of that cloud.”
     The brethren stared at the sky, at the cloud Dona-el indicated. It was just a cloud.
     “I don’t see God,” said the brother. “It looks like just a (more…)